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Re: Least favorite words/phrases from therapists.

Posted by Suedehead on January 26, 2009, at 20:25:08

In reply to Re: Least favorite words/phrases from therapists. backseatdriver, posted by sassyfrancesca on January 26, 2009, at 12:19:16

It's been said already, but I really hate 'We have to stop now'. He always says it with such a pained expression on his face, but it comes across as kind of patronizing.

I also sort of hate it when he asks me if I'm okay (when I'm obviously not) right at the end of a session. It always makes me think, for a moment, that he's asking so that he can try to make me feel better, somehow--but this is never the case. He just asks if I'm okay, and then says that I have to leave. I'm not sure what this is supposed to accomplish.


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